Sunday, October 30, 2005

HOW TO - Build a $1 compound microscope

Ok, unless you have a bunch of thing about your place that will work for this it might cost a tiny bit more, but not much!

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Thursday, October 27, 2005

Retro Gaming Hacks

I saw this on BoingBoing today and this is a must have for anyone that likes to tinker.
Retro Gaming Hacks

Tuesday, October 25, 2005

The Melloman

Cool. A collection of tape players with loops on them make up the notes of this rather unique synth.

The Melloman

Monday, October 24, 2005

IR-camera Hack

Nice! More people should do this, its a cool way to extend the life of old cameras. how-to turn a digital camera into an IR-camera

Bearing Trampoline Game

This looks like a blast!

Bearing Trampoline Game


This is a new twist on the old Macquarium, the keyboard runs various things like the lights, heater, etc...


LED Light Panel

Cool, he found some LED light panels in the scrap yard and devised a way to use them. I want one that tells people to dim their headlights when they are behind me...

LED Light Panel - a photoset on Flickr

Building a home made railgun.

Cool rail gun project, not for the weak of budget!

Jason Rollette Railgun Blog, building a home made railgun.

Tuesday, October 18, 2005

Have a Dreamcast? It is Still Alive!! Tons of Homebrew games and Apps!

I saw this on Digg today. I've known about this site (and many others like it) for a long time. I still play games on my Dreamcast, it kicks ass.

I got a Dreamcast at EB Games for $19.99 and I can't believe how much you can do from it. From developing you own games to playing vcds and divx movies and not to mention the ports like Quake, Doom series, and Quake Simpsons!! If you got a Dreamcast in the closet take it out and you might end up playing it as much as your PS2 and XBOX.

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Thursday, October 06, 2005

Homebrew USB Knob

This guide is to illustrate how to make your own "Knob", very similar to the Griffin Powermate. Take an old USB mouse, a VCR head, a little wiring and what do you get? A really cool computer peripheral.

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